Nick was one of our dearest friends, USPSA Grandmaster, Area Champion and all round great guy. Both Deri and Nick were instrumental in my development in USPSA and gave me a ton of tips on how to be better. This memorial outlaw match was put together by a team led by Deri and Tim Ramberg.
I teamed up with Jason Hall to form “Team Hall & Lokes”. There were four stages of crazy and difficult shooting which was super fun. You can see how much we struggled especially with the gear and stage execution but managed to squeak in at 11th place overall. Hopefully we get to see this match again next year.
We miss you Nick! You would have loved this match.
Early Access link: http://store.steampowered.com/app/611720/Practisim_VR/
After a tough few weeks of testing, we finally got to a place where the build is stable enough to be released on Steam Early Access. We’re looking forward to hearing from everyone what you think about the game. Please mind the bugs as there are bound to be many.
We’ll be posting regular updates for the game and hope to bring new content every week or two.
Thank you all for your support!
Wow it’s been a while since I’ve made an update. Was busy shooting Berry’s Steel Open in St. George, UT recently. We have a lot of updates from the past few weeks.
– All 8 Steel challenge stages
– Worldwide leaderboard
– Steel challenge scoreboard, classifier scoreboard
– Menu improvements
– Intro Screen Visual update
– Game and stage selection
– Flashlight improvements
– Beretta M9 Chrome
– Updated Glock 17
– 1911 Model
– International popper model
– Torso model
– Holstered gun model
– Death star
– Moving Death Star
– Polish Plate rack
– Irish plate rack
– Movers, chargers and sliders
– Fixed Oculus world scale
– Improved 180 warning
– Many, many bug fixes.
Phew. what a few days it’s been. Got a few things done.
1. Menu system
2. new STI model
3. 180 DQ
4. Physics based swingers
5. Clamshell prop
6. Other various improvements to code / structure
I should be able to polish it up a bit more and then I’ll start inviting folks who are interested to give this a test.
Paul Bunyan Rifle Club ran their annual Toys-4-Tots charity match again this Sunday. It is an outlaw USPSA-styled match that raised $1,300 in cash for kids. Always great to be out shooting for a good cause.